Friday, July 1, 2016

July, Enjoying Summer

There are a lot of blooming plants, berries and fruit growing in my garden in July. 
Here is a part of them:



1.'Flamentanze' rose 2.'Tea time' rose 3.Cineraria maritima 4.'Jubilee' rose 

5 - 6. Dianthus barbatus 7. Aquilegia  8. 'Melba' apple 

9. Pelargonium  10. Gooseberry 11. Physocarpus fruit 12. Pelargonium 


Have happy days in your garden! 

47 comments:

  1. Many of these we have in common.

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  2. Everything looks lovely. It must make you smile just to step outside and see all that beauty. Happy weekend amidst your beautiful gardens. :-)

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    1. Judy, actually when I step outside I feel my work wasn't in vain in the garden.

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  3. Enjoy the summer in your garden. Here we only have rain.... Groetjes,
    Hetty

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    1. It's pity Hetty, your plants suffer this rainy weather. Hope sunny days are soon.

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  4. Lovely! Your garden must be very pretty Nadezda.

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    1. Yes, it is, Jennifer, thank you!

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  5. Hello Nadezda!
    Awesome. The cyclist is fantastic and lovely flowers.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Greetings.

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    1. Glad you liked my flowers, Lucja!

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  6. Oh, how beautiful flowers you have! Number 9 Pelargonium is just a great color. I've never seen it in color. Have a nice weekend

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    1. This pelargonium grew at home and was in bloom only once. In the garden it blooms as mad since end of May. I love it as well, Anne.

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  7. How beautiful and colourful Nadezda. And I see gooseberries which I haven't seen for many years. I like being able to view them as a gallery.

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    1. I love gooseberry jam, Juliet and always wait for its sweet berries, which get brown in August.

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  8. ه.♩♪♫
    Além das belas cores e formatos das flores ainda tem o perfume no ar!...
    Abençoada seja a primavera!!!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.ه♩♫♪

    ♫♪ه° ·.

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    1. Todo florece y perfume aqui, Ines.

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  9. Hi Nadezda, your garden looks beautiful! We have experienced 30-degree heat around here, so I envy you! I've never seen Physocarpus fruit, looks lovely. Is it edible fruit? Thank you for sharing! Have a nice Sunday!

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    1. These fruit mature in late autumn Keity, birds love eating them.

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  10. Great plants! Love your roses! Do you make jam with the gooseberries?

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    1. Yes, I do, Jason. And I made jello, it's juice and sugar only.

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  11. Beautiful selection Nadezda. I hope you are having a good summer. I am growing two Russian varieties of tomatoes this year (at least I think they are Russian) - "Cosmonaut Volkov" and "Tsar's Royal Gift". I will let you know how they turn out!

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    1. They really are Russian breeds, Alain. I didn't grow them and am waiting for to learn your experience.

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  12. You have a very nice and fruitful beginning of July, Nadezda. Let it be nice and warm month to us! :)

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    1. Oh, Tistou, this year spring and summer don't delight us, these days are awful, all water in the world is in our area. Hope this terrible weather stops soon.

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  13. Una variedad de flores preciosas. Me encantan todas. Besitos.

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  14. Oh Nadezda, the new look of your blog is wonderful!
    Beautiful photos of beautiful flowers. Your garden looks certainly lovely and you are certainly enjoying the summer and July. :)

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    1. Yes, I am, Sara.Thank you!
      Have a nice week!

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  15. Hello Nadezda! Your blog looks so beautiful, and your photos are stunning!

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  16. A beautiful collage Nadezda! Great to see your many blooms, as well as apples and gooseberries. I especially like the last photo of a beautiful pink pelargonium and the dainty yellow acquilegia beside a pond.
    Lovely header.

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    1. The pink pelargonium grew at home and wasn't happy on a window sill, Betty, and now in the garden it blooms as mad.

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  17. Such a colorful array of blooms! Hope you are enjoying your summer, Nadezda.

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  18. Nadezda, I am not surprised that you are enjoying Summer with all of those fabulous plants.

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    1. I really am, Alistair.Thank you!

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  19. Like your mix of flowers and fruit, the Physocarpus fruit looks pretty, beautiful views to relax in the garden with :)

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    1. Yes, Physocarpus fruit are for birds in fall, thank you Nezumi!

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  20. ♩♫╮
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    °.♪♫╮

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  21. Hello, beautiful collection colors and flowers. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thank you for stopping by Eileen!

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  22. Ciao! Vedo che coltivi anche tu l'uva spina, è una bacca che hanno in pochi qui! Proprio in questo periodo ne ho mangiate moltissime :)

    Un saluto :)

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    1. I love spina, pontos pontos and make jam as well. Thank you!

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  23. You have many beautiful blooms in your garden! This is a wonderful time of year to enjoy our gardens isn't it? Happy summer my friend.

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  24. Looks like there is a lot to enjoy!

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